Category: theatre

There’s nothing like curing those dreaded winter blues with some laughs and giggles. Luckily, Starvox Entertainment has brought Trey Parker’s highly anticipated Cannibal! The Musical to stage at the Mirvish Panasonic Theatre (651 Yonge St.). We checked out the show on opening night as it kicked off to an exciting start.

“Hollywood is a place where they’ll pay you a thousand dollars for a kiss and fifty cents for your soul. I know, because I turned down the first offer often enough and held out for the fifty cents”.

The original blonde bombshell, Marilyn Monroe, had once famously and cleverly explained out of frustration from being labeled by the very industry that propelled her to stardom. Even after 53 years since her untimely death, she is still revered and now celebrated in…

Before South Park and The Book of Mormon, Trey Parker’s independent comedy musical film debut, Cannibal! The Musical won over audiences and became a cult favourite. Now on February 10th, 2015 at the Panasonic Theatre (651 Yonge St.), Cannibal! marks its world premiere as a re-vamped stage show. Performed by Elicia MacKenzie (from Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “The Sound of Music”) and Triple Sensation’s Liam Tobin, with lyrics and music by Christopher Bond, Aaron Eyre and Trevor Martin, this Parker-Stone collaboration…

James Percy and Benjamin Stratton

After rave reviews and popular demand from fans all over the world, the international smash hit, Potted Potter: The Unauthorized Harry Experience – A Parody by Dan and Jeff returns to a packed house at the Panasonic Theatre(651 Yonge Street) on December 17th.

What are you doing this Halloween? If you’re looking for something fun and out of the ordinary, here’s some news for you – Evil Dead – The Musical is returning to Toronto at the Randolph Theatre, for a limited, 13 performance engagement.

Tanja Jacobs and Rose Plotek

A stirring story about a family ripped apart by idealism, The Theatre Centre‘s latest play, Bloody Family, explores the painful loss of a child, a mother’s enduring love, and a son’s unrelenting pursuit for justice through its radical adaptation of the Greek tragedy, The Oresteia.

1 2 3